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Kaartaveeryarjuna stotram in telugu script. If ones money which is rightfully due to is not being paid ( or being subject to harassment ) and ones assets and property are stolen this sloka helps in regaining the lost asset, wealth and money. this is sanskrit slok in telugu script. It also contain dattatreya ghora kashta nivaraka storam Topic: telugu sanskrit stotra
Stava Ratna Mala, a collection of stotras (Sanskrit hymns) with Malayalam translation by Odattil Kesava Menon, published in 1930. Visit http://malayalamebooks.org/ for more Malayalam E-books. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: stava, stotra, stuti, stotra ratna, stava ratna mala, bhakti
श्रीमद्वाल्मीकि रामायण अंतर्गत लंकाकाण्ड के सर्ग-105 में यह सूर्योपासना संबंधित स्तोत्र है जिसका श्रीअगस्त्यऋषि ने श्रीरामचन्द्र जी को उपदेश किया। Topics: Swami Akhandananda, Akhandananda, Aaditya Hridya Stotra
Gangalahari is a hymn to Ganga (the Ganges) in Sanskrit composed by Pandita Jagannatha. It has 52 verses and each verse comes along with an English translation provided by GSS Murthy. Topics: Gangalahari, Ganga, stotra, Pandita Jagannatha, GSS Murthy
Lord Shiva or Siva is considered to have a responsibility to maintain balance of the earth's population by destroying old. This deity is also a kind-hearted and liked by many. This album consists of Jyotirlinga_Stotra and a small shloka Namah_Shivaya_Shantaya and Shankarjika_Damaru. A very interesting comparison of Shiva and Vishnu has made in one of the shloka of the album (Har_Om_Har_Om). Lord Hanuman is considered as an incarnation of Lord Shiva, who is also known as Rudra, that is also... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Shloka, Bhaktigeet, Devotional songs, Stotra, Sandhya prarthana
The essence of Hindu philosophy is to understand self. The basic guideline for understanding self is well described in Bhagvadgeeta. It emphasizes to walk on three paths: Dnyan (understand self), Karma (carry assigned task) and Bhakti (love thyself) yog. The Shloka (verses chanted in the praise of God) is one of the forms of Bhaktiyog. They are in the form of a sublimation of self to the God. However, it is extremely difficult to offer self to something (the God) that does not exist in physical... Topics: Shloka, Bhaktigeet, Devotional songs, Stotra, Sandhya prarthana
In Hindu philosophy, Lord Ganesha is considered as the first God to be worshipped. Any thing starts with 'ShriGaneshayanmah'. Ganesh and Hanuman are the most liked deitys even among young ones. Children like to learn and chant Are_Moraya_Moraya, Gajavadan_Chaturthi, Ganapati_Tuze, Moraya_Moraya, Netri_Don_Hire, Prarambhi_Vinati, Abhipsitartham and Vakratunda_Mahakaya which are part of this album. Ganapati_Stotra, MahaGanapati_Stotra also form part of this collection. Complete text of these are... Topics: Shloka, Bhaktigeet, Devotional songs, Stotra, Sandhya prarthana
Good and evil characteristics of the metaphysical entities are described as Devi in a stotra: Namastasye_Namastasye of this album. There are shloka on Devi Saraswati the power of knowledge - vidya (Namaste_Sharade_Devi, Ya_Kundendu), whereas Shri Lakshmi symbolizes the power of prosperity (Shrimahalakshmi_Stotra). Our mother Earth is also connoted as Devi in Hindu philosophy (Samudra_Vasane_Devi). Karagre_Vasate_Lakshmi gives confidence to one that his/her hands - efforts - have a power of... Topics: Shloka, Bhaktigeet, Devotional songs, Stotra, Sandhya prarthana
Lord Vishnu is one who supports, sustains and governs the Universe and originates and develops all elements within. Vishnu is either worshiped directly or also in the form of his avatars especialy Rama and Krishna. The album contains a shlok on Vishnu (Shantakaram_Bhujagashayanam) and a Shrivishnu_Prarthana. ShriKrishna stuti is covered in a shlok Vasudev_Sutam_Devam - good to teach children, and two other Sanskrit stotra: Govind_Damodar_Madhaveti and Shrikrishnashtakam. There are good number... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Shloka, Bhaktigeet, Devotional songs, Stotra, Sandhya prarthana
In Indian philosophy, much importance is given to Guru - an individual who has understood self and has a capacity to show path to others. There are good number of Marathi and Sanskrit shloka that form a collection and learnt in young age: Gururbrahma_Gururvishnu, Adnyanandhasya, Jya_Jya_Thikani, Shuka_Sarikhe. Besides these, following works are also devotional: Dhruvashtakam, Gurustavan, Haachi_Maza_Namaskar, Haachi_Subodh_Guruncha, Panchsadhana, Soham_Satchit that form part of this album.... Topics: Shloka, Bhaktigeet, Devotional songs, Stotra, Sandhya prarthana
This collection of shloka and songs are not devoted to any particular deity but sung in the name of God and can be part of children's collection: Aas_Hi_Tuzi, Upasnela_Drudh_Chalavave, Sada_Sarvada, Dolyani_Baghato; three of those: Nabhi_Surya, Divya2_Deepatkar, Shubhankarotu to the Sun and light; another two in Sanskrit (usually sung at begining and end of the daily Upaasana: Om_Poornamada, Om_Sahanavavatu and a small song in Konkani - Surya_Yeta_Kokani. The songs like Tanmay_Ho_Ja_Mere_Man,... Topics: Shloka, Bhaktigeet, Devotional songs, Stotra, Sandhya prarthana
Stotra and Namavali of 108 names of Sri Ramana Maharshi, composed by Sri Vishvanatha http://sanskritdocuments.org/all_pdf/ramaNAShTottarashatanAmAvalI.pdf http://sanskritdocuments.org/all_unic/ramaNAShTottarashatanAmAvalI_sa.html Topics: ramana, ashtottarashatanama stotra, ashtottarashatanamavali, audio, mp3, devotional, sanskrit,...
Sri Ram Raksha Stotra in Telugu text. One of the most revered and respected stotrams in Hindu religion, in devotion to Ram. Written by Shri Budha Kousika Rishi after narration by Shiva in his dreams. I am not the author. I have only typed the stotram in Telugu. For more information about the stotram - please check out the blog at http://ram-raksha-stotra.blogspot.com for essays, links and description. The Ram Raksha Stotra is available in Sanskrit at many websites and blog pages. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Bharat Bhushan, Ram, Ram Raksha Stotra, Shri Budha Kousika Rishi, Shiva, Hindu, Stotra, Mantra,...
A hymn in Sanskrit by Sri Sankaracharya describing the form of Vishnu staring from the nails up to his locks of hair on his head. The original is in Devanagari script, with transliteration in Roman script, prose order in Sanskrit and a translation in English provided by G S S Murthy. Topics: Sanskrit, stotra, Sankaracharya, Vishnu, G S S Murthy
Stotra and Namavali of 1000 names of Goddess Sri ValliRef.:http://sanskritdocuments.org/all_unic/vallIsahasranAmastotra_sa.htmlhttp://sanskritdocuments.org/all_unic/vallIsahasranAmAvalI_sa.html Topics: srivalli, valli, sanskrit, stotra, namavali, goddess, devi, sahasranama